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talks about gun control at the white house and today he met with the nra. the nra said to many people were more interested in demonizing the second amendment than keeping shouldn'ts safe. they had proposed armed security guards previously. >>> the bp was talking guns the president was taking changes to his cabinet. he would replace the current secretary. he is the chief of staff right now but is getting a lot of attention for his loopy signature that will soon be on all newly printed money. >> working on his signature? >> not that i'm aware of. >> the selection is drawing criticism for the first time in years, all of the premiere cabinet positions be held by men. >>> and now more information on the flu outbreak spreading hard and fast across the country including right here. lisa sylvester has the latest on flu germs and how quickly they can spread. . >> reporter: we touched so many things without realizing it. take a simple trip on the subway. buying a metro card, going down the escalator. that's only the beginning. the flu virus can spread in a closed space like a subway station.
and members of the nra. chief johnson made his case for a ban on high capacity clips. >> like assault weapons, high capacity zens are not use -- high-capacity ammunition magazines, limiting them will limit the number of round as shooter candice charge before he has it reload. >> the head of the nra said lawmakers should not focus on new laws but rather enforcing the laws that are already on the books. >>> a week after reportedly attending the presidential inauguration to perform with her school band, a click teen is dead, a victim of gun violence. heidi pendleton was in a south side park with others when a group opened fire. she was shot in the back and later died at the hospital. >>> there's no secret. it is a bat toll fight childhood obesity. a local mother and author is working to encourage healthier choices. one author is bringing her words of wisdom on healthy living to a baltimore classroom. >> reporter: dr. fuller is bringing her knowledge to students. she's talking to them about eating healthy and exercising. >> i want them to walk away knowing that they really have the power to make
weapons. >> the nra was quick to shout back. they said that they will reject the wrong headed approach. this legislation would ban 158 military style weapons and magazines with more than ten bullets. they say that's taking it a little to far. . >>> a pennsylvania mom believes her daughter's school went to far when administrators punished her for pulling out a paper gun in class. she said that she went to throw it away but a boy saw it and called the administrator. she said the employee yelled at her in front of class. she was even searched. >> he yelled at me and said that i shouldn't have never bring the gun to school and i kept telling him it was paper but he wouldn't listen. >> why did he stand over her and say you should call the cops? you can be arrested? why were you trying to scare her? >> she said the gun looks like a sheet of paper folded over. this '2was made by the girl's grandfather. >> here is a more positive approach to dealing the gun debate. a woman is using guns taken from the streets of newark new jersey and turning them into jewelry. >> reporter: jewelry for a
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